We read and review Marianne Cronin’s debut novel, The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot. See why it’s our must read book!Read More
Category: Readers Corner
In 2000, Hamed Amiri’s family has to leave Afghanistan. They need protection from the Taliban, who want to execute his mother, and need medical help for his older brother Hussein, who has a rare heart condition.Read More
It’s been a while since a book was this captivating and held me for so long, I read it in two sittings. Whenever you think you know what it going on, it’s going in a different direction. Just like in prison, you can’t trust anyone – or any rules and it is never certain who will survive.Read More
After more than 50s years, Beth and her 90-year-old father open a box of mementos from his time fighting in World War Two. Among those is a photo of her father Max with a woman.
Told from the perspective of Beth, of Max while he was a medic at the front, and of a young German flight captain working in Berlin in the 1930s and 1940s…
This book may have been written before the world changed, but it comes at the perfect time. Disguised as a story about social media, it makes us analyse our family relationships, our life and our anxieties.Read More
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